1953 Ted Williams Baseball Card
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1953 ted williams baseball card. These are his first appearances on cards for the company. Ted williams 3 card baseball reprint lot from 1954 1954 topps 1 and 250 plus 1954 bowman all with original backs and original size boston 1350 13. Trying to make up for lost time 1954 topps baseball has ted williams as a bookend with the first and last cards on the checklist. The 1953 topps baseball set consists of 274 cards each measuring 2 58 by 3 34.
The timing of his career allowed for something special that you dont see with most hall of famers. In the first inning williams caught a line drive by ralph kiner slamming into the comiskey park scoreboard and breaking his left arm. The chart below is a comprehensive analysis of the games williams appeared in specifically relating to his 1953 hitting statistics. In 1950 williams was playing in his eighth all star game.
Schon in seiner jugend äußerte er den wunsch einmal der größte schlagmann im baseball zu werden. Williams played the rest of the game and he even singled in a run to give the american league the lead in the fifth inning but by that time williams arm was a balloon and he. Ted williams 1953 game by game batting logs. Unlike his later cards that would recycle images both have two different pictures on the front a posed portrait and a black and white shot of williams swinging.
Ted williams baseball cards are some of the most unique in the hobby in my opinion. Dort besuchte er die herbert hoover high school und spielte dort auch baseball. He would appear on some of the most iconic pre war and post war issues. The sophomore set was originally slated to total 280 cards but contractual agreements between six players and rival company bowman resulted in the cancellation of card s 253 261 267 268 271 and 275.
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